Dubai 05th of September 2010
Conference organizers Aeropodium have announced the second Annual Aviation Asset Management Middle East conference will take place in Dubai in December. This half-day conference – which takes place on December 6th will explore the latest developments in aviation asset management in the Middle East as well as the future of asset management services in this exciting marketplace.
Organisers say it will provide the platform for high level debate, exchange of ideas and information as well as extensive networking opportunities for aviation executives from the Middle East and the rest of the world.
Arabian Aerospace will be a sponsor of the event which is chaired by Dr. Donald H. Bunker, Managing Director, Donald H. Bunker & Associates
Among the subjects planned are: Aviation asset management, a lessee's perspective; Legal aspects of setting up an airline and asset management;
Repossession and legal implications in the Middle East; Finance and strategic planning for Business Aviation; The corporate aircraft market in the Middle East: Regional requirements and opportunities; Leasing new and used aircraft: Legal requirements and regulations for operators; Effective asset management from a manufacturer's point of view.
Confirmed speakers include Abraham Abraham, Aviation & Legal Consultant, Sahara Aviation ; Aiham Bader, General Manager, Matini Jet; Peter Bull, Group Director, Risk and Asset Management, Airclaims; Ian Crowe, Aviation Development Director, Willis Aerospace; Karim Hijazi, Managing Director, Air Synapsis; Roland H. Moore, Esq., Aviation Attorney; Aoife O'Sullivan, Partner, Gates and Partners; Rahul Shah, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Middle East, Africa & India Operations, AAR; Peter van Oostrum, Director Aircraft Remarketing, Fokker Services.